After calibrating your steady state simulation model the next step in your project can be done.
You may define a customer specific driving cycle or consider the standardized driving cycles and perform a transient simulation (warm-up or cool-down).
KULI drive supports you with following features:
- Transient calculation (by definition of operating conditions at different time steps)
- Consideration of the warm up and cool down of various components
- 4-/5-mass engine model for the consideration of friction losses at different temperatures
- Thermal network to model complex thermal correlations
- Thermal behavior on a defined route (velocity vs. time), e.g. NEDC, FTP75
- Design of optimized control strategies to minimize the friction losses as well as energy consumption